Great news, everybody: Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bushcould be dating again! This is something to help our grieving nation.
But doesn't it seem like reunions have been in the air recently? In addition to Bush and his celebutante, Randy Moss wants to return to the NFL, Van Halen is touring this spring and summer, and the Rams moving back to Los Angeles practically is a foregone conclusion. However, there are some reunions we'd rather not see -- looking at you, Rashard Mendenhall and your Twitter account.
With that in mind, here are the top six NFL reunions we could do without.
And without further ado ...
JaMarcus Russell and the Raiders
The Raiders have made so many baffling personnel decisions since their appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII, it really takes something special to be the worst of the lot. No matter how badly Carson Palmer plays next season, be glad he's not that bad.
Moss isn't the only enigmatic receiver who wants to return to the NFL. Owens wants back in, too. And McNabb likely harbors delusions he's still an NFL-caliber quarterback. This can't happen -- at least in the NFL. Minor-league football, beach volleyball or a reboot of "Cannonball Run," fine. Just not the NFL.
The Seahawks and their 2002-2011 uniforms
The Seahawks are getting new uniforms for 2012. And when they do, please take the uniforms from the past decade, put them in a pyre and set it adrift in Puget Sound. Seriously, don't even bring them back for throwback days.
Rob Gronkowski and the dance floor
We have a split opinion on whether or not Gronkowski should have been out dancing after the Patriots' Super Bowl loss. But we all agree Gronkowski doesn't have a future with "Dancing with the Stars." Or at least Jalen Rose does.
I'm not sure if the rumors are true, but trying to recapture the magic probably would be as disastrous for him as it is for the guys who agree to a paternity test on "Maury."
The Patriots and the Lombardi Trophy
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